Welcome to the next Oslo University Hospital (OUH) research seminar entitled "The Insulin producing beta cell in health and disease". The seminar is open to all.
The seminar is canceled due to sickness.
Anthropologist Dr. Carol Berger will give a guest lecture on sexualised violence in South Sudan and review the strategies of western humanitarian interventions to prevent such gender-based violence.
In this seminar, one of the world's foremost men and masculinities researchers, prof James W. Messerschmidt, presents recent advances in hegemonic masculinity theory and method development.
As life in general, opera includes relations of every kind, both of friendly and romantic. At this concert you will meet, amongst others, Rosina and Figaro – good friends trying to help one another. Another couple you will become familiar with is Dorabella og Guglielmo
Department seminar. Toru Kitagawa is a Lecturer in Economics at the University College London. He will present a paper entitled "Who should be Treated? Empirical Welfare Maximization Methods for Treatment Choice", co-authored by Aleksey Tetenov.
Speaker: Jukka Corander, Professor, Oslo Centre for Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Dept. of Biostatistics, University of Oslo.
Professor Hiranya Peiris will unravel the detective story of the Universe.
For the first time The Norwegian Radio Orchestra is visited by the much sought after Finish conductor Anna-Maria Helsing for a Russian evening in the Aula. Marianna Shirinyan is soloist in Prokofiev’s virtuosic concerto no. 3 for piano and orchestra. Rachmaninoff is also on the programme.
Catharina Chen (violin), Jie Zhang (piano) and Ernst-Simon Glaser (chello) are among Norway’s foremost musicians. During this concert you will hear Franz Schubert’s first piano trio. The trio is considered a main work and lasts for about forty minutes.
Department seminar. Eirik Kristiansen is a Professor of Economics at NHH.
The Norwegian Soloists’ Choir collaborates with The Norwegian Academy of Music and two of tomorrow’s conductors, Mick Aspen Melby and Timothy Ferguson, to produce this concert. On the programme we have Kåre Kolberg’s humorous play with sound in the work «Plym-plym», created for megaphone, choir and vocal quartet.
Non-at-issue meaning, such as presuppositions and conventional implicatures (cf. Potts 2015 for a recent discussion), and information structural phenomena, such as topic, focus and givenness (cf. Krifka 2008), are topics in their own right that have often been investigated independently from each other. However, recent approaches to discourse and information structure (such as Simons et al. 2011, Tonhauser et al. 2013, and Beaver et al. to appear) have shifted the focus onto the connection between (non-)at-issueness and an implicit or explicit Question Under Discussion (QUD, see Roberts 1996, 2012, Büring 2003).
ESOP seminar. Wouter Dessein is the Eli Ginzberg Professor of Finance and Economics at the Columbia Business School. He will present a paper entitled "Organizational Capital, Managerial Heterogeneity, and Firm Dynamics", co-authored by Andrea Prat.
Professor Jessica Wiskus (Duquesne University) will give a guest lecture on Rhythm and Retention: Thinking through Husserl’s Phenomenology of Time-Consciousness
Welcome to the next Oslo University Hospital (OUH) research seminar entitled "Organ donation for abdominal and thoracic organs". The seminar is open to all.
Department seminar. Manuel Bagues is an Associate Professor of Economics at Aalto University.
Morgenstierne Seminar with István Keul
Melodic and beautiful jazz piano trio: The autumn of 2016 jazz pianist Maren Selvaag released her debut record, Close to Shore”, under her own name. It is recorded in legendary Avatar Studios in New York and she has received rave reviews.
Jonathan Charteris-Black is Professor of Linguistics at the University of the West of England, UK. His research interests are metaphor, rhetoric and political discourse.
ESOP seminar. Mark Bils is Hazel Fyfe Professor in Economics at the University of Rochester.
Guest lecture by Noëlle Batt (Paris VIII).
TIK is organizing a workshop for researchers and students who are interested in analyzing micro-level innovation data and/or combining analysis of innovation data with other kinds of firm-level data.
Mozart vs Beethoven. Beethoven had a great admiration for Mozart. Unfortunately, circumstances determined that he never received the teaching he hoped for from the great master, fourteen years his senior. However, Beethoven’s fourteenth symphony leaves no doubt as to the power of his admiration. Anthony Marwood on violin/leader and Eivind Holtsmark Ringstad on viola.